The Clark County Commission and the Clark County School Board met recently to discuss the Open Schools-Open Doors interlocal agreement and Assembly Bill 309, which allows the Commission to approve a quarter-cent sales tax increase to pay for education, affordable housing, programs to combat homelessness and workforce training. County commissioners have asked the school district to expand the Open Schools-Open Doors agreement to allow more residents across the County to use school facilities after hours. Currently, a limited number of school sites are available for public use outside of school hours. The two boards also received a presentation on Senate Bill 543 concerning the modernizing of the state's K-12 funding system. The AB 309 discussion was broken into four parts: early childhood education, truancy reduction programs, adult education and incentives for the recruitment or retention of licensed teachers for high-vacancy Clark County School District schools.